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DONE DEALS: REAL scores largest residential purchase in Tribeca

REAL New York has finalized a $55 million purchase at 70 Vestry Street, setting the record as the largest residential building purchase in Tribeca’s history.
REAL New York’s team, comprised of Binyamin Weinstein, Louis Adler and Robert Rahmanian, negotiated an asking price from $65 million on behalf of an international buyer in the Italian luxury lifestyle space.
Developed by Related Companies and designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, the three-story penthouse boasts 7,500 s/f, five bedrooms, 6.5 baths, four kitchens, a solarium, library and 3,600 s/f of outdoor space.
“The property is one of the last new developments on the West Side Highway and offers unobstructed views of the Hudson River which can be viewed from a private wrap-around rooftop deck,” said Rahmanian, REAL New York’s co-founder and principal.
“We’re thrilled to have helped secure the best deal possible for our client,” said Louis Adler, co-founder and principal, REAL New York. “It’s an added bonus that the sale is the largest in Downtown Manhattan’s history.”


Upper East Side
300 East 85th St. #306
Corner Junior 4 (convertible twobedroom) with two full baths. Northern tree top views from the third floor, pass thru kitchen, separate dining area. Washer/Dryer is allowed in the apt and is on the floor. The America is a luxury, full-service buildings with a newly renovated, fully equipped health club, pool, party room, full-time doorman/concierge, garage, bike storage. CC: $1,886. Asking price: $825,000. Time on market: 42 days. Agents: Paul Anand, Brown Harris Stevens; Kristina Ojdanic, The Corcoran Group (pictured).

Upper West Side
345 W58th St. #8M
Two-bedroom, 2-bath co-op with large foyer. French doors lead to a large main living area with separate dining alcove and walls of windows, parquet floors and track lighting. Galley kitchen with generous cabinet space and dishwasher. Corner master bedroom with renovated marble bath complete with window and Jacuzzi tub. In-unit washer/dryer. Located in The Coliseum Park, a two-building complex with manicured two-acre private garden and state-of-the-art gym. Prime Columbus Circle location. Asking Price: $1,595,000. CC: $1,966 per month. Days on the Market: 37 weeks. Agents: Athena Witt, Douglas Elliman; Eugene Henderson, Citi Habitats (pictured).

215 W91st St.#111
Two bedroom, 1-bath (convertible to three bed, 2-bath) pre-war home with hi-tech features. Hallway, high ceilings and total redesign for modern living. Living room/dining room flows into the kitchen. Kitchen has Miele coffee/espresso maker, Sub Zero refrigerator and wine refrigerator, Bertazzoni 6-burner gas range and custom honed marble kitchen counter tops. Master has walk-in closet with custom built-ins. Windowed marble bath with soaking spa tub, walk-in shower. Custom motorized window treatments, Lutron lighting, semi-private elevator landing. Pet friendly co-op with landscaped roof deck, playroom, storage bins and bike room. Maintenance currently includes utilities. CC: $2,808. Asking price: $1,599,000. Time on market: 146 days. Agents: Adam Solomon, Bradley Mahlof, Michael Rosenblum and Sandra Gansberg, Douglas Elliman.

East Village
249 E7th St. #10
One bedroom (convertible two), 1-bath pre-war unit with four exposures, windows in every room, generous storage space, exposed brick and 9 ft. ceilings. Fourth-floor walk-up), rear-facing unit. CC: $648. Time on market: 34 days. Asking price: $619,000. Agents: Kristina Leonetti, Corcoran; Scott Hustis & Mark Jovanovic, Compass.

West Village
1 Sheridan Sq. #3C
Studio apartment with high ceilings, versatile and open sapce. Hardwood floors throughout. Kitchen equipped with a granite countertop with storage underneath, custom Italian tiles, Miele dishwasher and Viking oven.Asking Price: $799,000. CC: $397. Agents: Jessica Swersey, Warburg Realty; Zack Subarsky, Mason Real Estate.


Prospect Heights
225 Park Pl. #3K,
Jr. one in pre-war building. Renovated with approved plans to change the unit into a one bedroom. Raised eat-in kitchen separate from the main living area. Walk-in closet, original parquet flooring, renovated kitchen and island with stainless appliances windowed bathroom, additional storage in the basement. Pet friendly building has a common garden area, part-time doorman, part-time porter, live-in super, laundry and bike room. CC: $607. Asking price: $589,000. Time on Market: 10 Weeks. Agents: Jessica Viola, City Connections Realty; Philip Henn & James Bogan, Citi Habitats.

184 Kent Ave. #B404
One bedroom home with chefs kitchen and Smart tech Dacor refrigerator, Bertazzoni four-burner gas stove, microwave oven and Asko dishwasher. Living area with three casement windows, Herringbone tobacco-smoked oak wood flooring and. Built in 1915 as a Grocery Trade, then later for contemporary loft living. Nestled along the Brooklyn Waterfront it has over 30,000 s/f of amenity space that includes a gym, playroom, courtyard and roof deck, co-working spaces, movie theatre, music rehearsal room, and bgarage. Asking price: Last listed for $1,000,000; CC: $626. Agents: Ryan Serhant, Morgan Levitt, Bianca D’Alessio, Christian Haag and Michael Bethoney, Nest Seekers International.

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